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A new clip from The Jungle Book has jut hit the web, and ig provides us with a terrifying introduction to the film’s villainous tiger, Shere Kahn, voiced by none other than Idris Elba.
The Dark Tower plans to begin shooting in the next few weeks, aiming for a January 13, 2017 release date. Are you excited to see Roland and his ka-tet finally making it to the big screen?
After a long series of false starts and stops, The Dark Tower finally has some momentum. They even have a female lead, but fans of Stephen King's books have some questions about the character.
Idris Elba has played a lot of different characters over the years, but one thing he hasn’t tackled with any regularity is the role of a romantic lead. The actor may have just found a perfect way to rectify that hole in his resume, though.
The deeper we dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe the closer we come to one undeniable truth: people are going to start dying. While we don’t know exactly when or how it will begin to happen it’s a near certainty at this point.
For as many times as we've see The Dark Tower get close to becoming a motion picture, Stephen King has probably seen it happen a couple times more. Which makes his recent comments on the matter all the more intriguing.
Sir Michael Caine is one of the most respected actors in Hollywood, so when he speaks, people tend to listen. The man has lost more Oscars than most actors have ever been nominated for so his opinion on the recent Oscar controversy holds weight.
This news that Idris Elba might play the lead in the film adaptation of The Dark Tower has been met with some backlash because it changes the race of the character. The film's writer and producer has his own thoughts on the controversy
With J.J. Abrams abandoning ship, directing duties on Star Trek Beyond fell to Justin Lin, and the Fast & Furious helmer had one very specific goal in mind when approaching his new franchise.
Is Idris Elba the perfect Roland Deschain? Fans are likely divided on the matter, as is often the case when an actor is cast or being eyed to play a beloved literary character. The issue tends to be heightened even further when race plays a part, as is the case for the potential feature adaptation of Stephen King’s Dark Tower series.
In the battle to bring The Dark Tower to the silver screen, a revolving door of leading men have been attached to the role of Roland, the Gunslinger. However, none of those names have been as exciting as the one we're about lay down, once you've clicked through.
Netflix has become a major force in media. They’re not resting on the laurels however. Not content with just providing mass market TV and movies to millions of people they’re now expanding their sphere and have begun to create their own theatrical features.
While we don’t know much about Idris Elba's villain in Star Trek Beyond, the British actor recently opened up on the matter, and he promised something “groundbreaking.”
What does it take to turn a young boy into a hardened killer? That is the question that Netflix’s first ever original movie – Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation – aims to answer.
Beasts of No Nation looks like it will be a brutal drama. In fact, its production was so tough that the film's lead star, Idris Elba, almost died on set, though he only has himself to blame.
As an actor, Idris Elba (The Wire, Luther) has never shied away from challenging, thought provoking roles. However, a poster for the upcoming Netflix Original Movie Beats of No Nation indicates that he may have taken on one of his most powerful roles to date.
Star Trek Beyond is currently filming and now they're offering you a chance to be part of the fun as you can win a walk on role and help out some worthy charities in the process.
With filming just under way, we don't know much about Star Trek Beyond yet, but Idris Elba, who plays the villain, revealed that he'll face off with one iconic character.
Daniel Craig can’t be James Bond forever. He could retire his impeccably tailored suit any day now, fans are placing bets as to who will take his place when the job is done.